[antlr-interest] Need Help in Finding or Constructing a Source Analysis Tool

Ric Klaren klaren at cs.utwente.nl
Wed Oct 31 03:16:46 PST 2001

On Fri, Oct 26, 2001 at 06:38:04PM -0000, ppfaffman at BIGSANDY.COM wrote:
> Maybe the general question is this: is it possible to parse C++ (with
> antlr) without applying semantic assists that precursor template
> definitions would supply?

Hmmm on one hand antlr is pretty powerfull with it's LL(k) tricks and
semantic predicates. On the other hand C++ is quite an evil language to
parse... It might be possible, but you might end up bald in the process due
to a lot of hair pulling...


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